RAM takes over Armin van Buuren’s Who’s Afraid of 138? label with psy-banger “Africa”
Following previous offering ‘RAMexico’, Trance powerhouse RAM draws inspiration from yet another part of the world to come up with this speaker-buster. Armed with a tribal-esque drum intro, energetic synth lashes and a killer melody, ‘Africa’ via Who’s Afraid of 138? is bound to make the world go crazy.
With the massive success of releases such as “Serengeti” with Ciaran McAuley, Melbourne, dedicated to one of his favorite crowds – Australia, and the mind-blowing collaboration with Darren Porter called “The Calling”, RAM certainly proves that melody and emotion are EVERYTHING in a trance production. With team-ups with Mark Sherry and Daniel Skyver in the pipeline, the dutch pioneer shows no sign of stopping even after more than 20 years in the scene.
Having just completed a South America tour, featuring Strictly RAM (Open to Close) sets in Bolivia and Argentina, the flying dutch is preparing for a packed summer schedule, featuring dates in Houston, Fresno & Los Angeles, as well as taking over stages of massive festivals across the globe with his imprint Grotesque Music, with Thailand, The Netherlands and Ibiza among the few.